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Evaluation of oxygen-enriched MSW/sewage sludge co-incineration demonstration program
CSI Resource Systems, Inc
by Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Cincinnati, Ohio
Written in English
|Other titles||Evaluation of oxygen enriched MSW sewage sludge co-incineration demonstration program|
|Statement||by CSI Resource Systems, Incorporated and the Solid Waste Association of North America|
|Contributions||Solid Waste Association of North America, Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 60 p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
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EPA//R/ September EVALUATION OF OXYGEN-ENRICHED MSW/SEWAGE SLUDGE CO-INCINERATION DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM by and The Solid Waste Association of North America Silver Spring, Maryland Cooperative Agreement No. Project Officer Lynnann Hitchens Waste Minimization, Destruction, and Disposal Research.
CSI Resources Inc. EVALUATION OF OXYGEN-ENRICHED MSW/SEWAGE SLUDGE CO-INCINERATION DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C., EPA//R/ (NTIS ), The report provides an evaluation of a two-phased demonstration program conducted of a recently developed method of sewage sludge management.
This method, known as oxygen-enriched co-incineration, is intended to allow the co-combustion of dewatered sewage sludge with municipal solid waste in a waste-to-energy facility without affecting solid waste.
Cocombustion of dewatered sewage sludge with municipal solid waste (MSW) can be successfully retrofitted to a Waste-to-Energy (W-t-E) facility with enhancements from oxygen enrichment and a novel dual-fluid, sludge atomization nozzle.
The oxygen-enriched cocombustion process has been developed by Air Products. Buy Evaluation of Oxygen-Enriched MSW/Sewage Sludge Co-Incineration Demonstration Program by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. In the present study, the co-incineration of de-watered sludge with MSW was performed in a pilot-scale stoker-type incinerator to investigate the effect of an increase in the sludge fraction of the mixed waste on the burning temperature and emissions, as well as to evaluate the effectiveness of oxygen-enriched combustion for the burning of Cited by: Co-incineration of sludges with MSW is a quite common practice in Europe.
This paper illustrates a case of co-incineration of both sewage sludges and chemical sludges, the latter obtained from. Highlights Wet sludge and semi-dried sludge were co-incineration with MSW in a grate furnace.
The addition of wet sludge delays the evaporation stage and char burning stage. The addition of semi-dried sludge can slight advance the char burning stage. Higher temperature, lower H 2 O and CO are showed in semi-dried sludge cases. Co-incinerated 10% of wet sludge or 20% of semi-dried sludge Cited by: Sewage Sludge Incineration There are approximately sewage sludge incineration (SSI) plants in operation in the United States.
Three main types of incinerators are used: multiple hearth, fluidized bed, and electric infrared. Some sludge is co-fired with municipal solid waste in combustors based on refuse combustion technology (see File Size: KB.
EPA/ December A REVIEW OF TECHNIQUES FOR INCINERATION OF SEWAGE SLUDGE WITH SOLID WASTES by W. Niessen, A. Daly, E. Smith, and E. Gilardi Roy F. Weston, Inc. West Chester, Pennsylvania Contract No. ^75 Project Officer Robert A.
Olexsey Wastewater Research Division Municipal Environmental Research. Get this from a library. Evaluation of oxygen-enriched MSW/sewage sludge co-incineration demonstration program. [CSI Resource Systems, Inc.; Solid Waste Association of North America.; Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)].
Sewage sludge co-incineration technology causes greater environmental burden than does coal-based energy production technology because of the additional electricity consumption and wastewater treatment required for the pretreatment of sewage sludge, direct emissions from sludge incineration, and incinerated ash disposal by: Pilot-plant experiments were performed to evaluate the effect of oxygen enrichment on the co-incineration of MSW and organic sludge from a wastewater treatment facility.
Evaluation of sewage sludge incineration ash as a potential land reclamation material Article in Journal of Hazardous Materials May with Reads How we measure 'reads'. sewage sludge which is one of the most significant challenges in waste management.
Recently, it has become a matter of public health concern in the EU and the world at large. The EU directives and guidelines are increasingly promoting wastewater treatment and subsequently, sewage sludge generation.
(MSW) with the sewage sludge. The large difference between parameters of these two components (mainly in water content and calorific value) needs careful choosing of proportions of the two components of the fuel supplied to the grate.
Parameters of the fuel for grate incineration Both municipal solid waste and sewage sludge are generated in. The use of LCA method to assess environmental impact of sewage sludge incineration plants  Wenzel H, Hauschild M Z, Alting L. Environmental Assessment of Products.
Annual production of sewage sludge in Japan has increased, and most of the sewage sludge is incinerated. With conventional sewage sludge incinerators, a large amount of energy is needed for operation.
Additionally, the emissions of greenhouse gas N 2 O are expected to be high, because sludge contains a high concentration of nitrogen. Download Citation | Validity study on co-incineration of municipal sewage sludge and municipal solid waste | Co-incineration of municipal sewage sludge and. Chemical and sewage sludge co-incineration in a full-scale MSW incinerator: toxic trace element mass balance.
Biganzoli L(1), Grosso M, Giugliano M, Campolunghi M. Author information: (1)Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy. [email protected] Co-incineration of sludges with MSW is a quite common practice in by: 9.
Looking forward to adoption of an efficient municipal sewage sludge management, to energy recovery should be considered by thermal routes.
Although, high cost of power generated from sludge is a major barrier for the implementation of thermal routes, however, investments for sludge to power can become attractive if one considers the increase of energy prices in the Cited by: Sewage sludge incineration may impact the surrounding air quality.
Combustion of waste materials may result in the production of fine inhalable particles laced with toxic metals.
Although the high combustion temperature vaporizes heavy metal compounds, they can condense on the surface of the ash particles. Huge amounts of sewage sludge, that need to be handled, are generated all around the world from wastewater treatment plants and its management in an economically and environmentally acceptable way has become a matter of increasing importance during the last few years.
In this paper, we make use of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) to compare biological and Cited by: